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of north america until we think of atlantic canada and the timing of that would be toward the end of the weekend. how's bill going to impact us? mainly in the form of our local beach goers to ocean city. as you possession mentioned rip tides and rough surf a big concern if you are heading to the coast and we will talk about that. i want to show you doppler 9000. as forecasted the thunderstorms are developing. they are moving northeast at 35 miles an hour. thurmont they are affecting you right now. it is north of the border. there's a severe thunderstorm watch for south central pennsylvania and in adams county a severe thunderstorm warning until 12:30. we'll no focus on other areas seeing the thunderstorms developing and i will have the weekend forecast when i see you next. >> thank you very much. >>> well, stafford county woman is facing a felony county mue th sedor fothe drug overdose of foensay that samant ngcaan stole oxycontin may rln i for. ng a for. during a ne dlgevega hedrug to e y tgahe g 18-year-old jessica lynn ea -y18r-old jessica lynn profi and pr-yit eddi dixtnee .
: rowdy crowds are drowning out the health care redate across the country. >> there is a mood in america of anger. with so many people unemployed and with so much bickering in washington. >> reporter: democratic lawmakers are trying to wrestle back control from local constituents using town halls to vent frustration. >> you and your cronies in the government do this kind of stuff all the time. >> reporter: signs say obama lies, grandma dies and portray the president as hitler. >> the president is now supporting genocide against the american people. >> it is an outrageous falsehood that there is anything like what you are talking about. >> reporter: dozens of town hall meetings are being held across the country today. one scheduled for here in new jersey had to be moved to a larger location to accommodate the overflow crowd. democrats have also set up a war room on captiol hill to help lawmakers handle questions from unhappy crowds. president obama is working the front lines, too with upcoming town halls out west. it san all-out assault. >> from what all the scare tactics out there what i
. >>> she may be one of the most famous moms in america. but now, kate gosselin of jon and kate plus fame has a new project to tackle. >>> it is not too early to look at the weekend. last weekend we were dealing with bill making the surf rough. this weekend it will be danny. straight ahead i will have the forecast and how he affects our weather and of course how the weekend is shapingmiup. yowatching 9 news now. female announcer: from jennifer, while supplies last, this luxurious microfiber sofa and chair for just $399. our most dramatic offer ever: both pieces, just $399. while supplies last. from jennifer: >>> one of america's highest profile mothers will make her debut on the new season of "the view." kate gosseln will cohost abc's all female round table the view on september 14th and 15th. she is one of several guest cohosts who will fill in while elizabeth hasslebeck is on maternity leave. >>> we now know what songs will be on madonna's greatest hits cd and dvd. celebration comes out on september 29th. the list covers her 26 years as a hit maker. from early ' 80s singles such as "hol
in america. beautiful views of the mountains which gives you hiking, biking, utah state university can senior there. that gives you all the great things that come with a college town. >> and iowa. >> amess. >> wow. >> all the perks of the big city with rural charm. people say i can be five minutes out of town. maintain trails, three farmers marks a week, rural, green and very nice. >> it is in the september, october edition of aarp, the magazine. if you want the simple life, meet new friends and do fun things think about it, consider it. >> thanks for joining us. come back and visit us at 5:00. have great day. bye-bye.
that i voted against the single most wasteful expenditure in the history of america, the iraq war [ applause ] >> reporter: the chairman of the house financial services committee took only a few question questions on reforming wall street. instead he talked at length about his support for the public option. >> i'm not voting for any bill that forces anyone in to anything. it will have a public option. >> reporter: and tried to reassure seniors there were no death panels in the bill. >> this notion that something in this bill would require people to who are elderly or sick too be denied medical care, it is the single stupidest argument i have heard in all of my years. >> it was that absurdity that this medicare recipient was happy to see put to rest. >> can i tell you i know for a fact they are not going to pull the plug on grandma. >> they are not going to pull it on me, i tell ya. because i will fight to the death. >> reporter: that was jim acosta reporting. advocates in san diego are turning to a familiar character to make their point about health care reform. they are taking he
. >> a little publicized america for city workers urn the scope of gaithersburg new city manager. angel jones wants to know more about the property deal between the city and some of its workers. one example, a custodian living rent free in a building owned by the city. another is a public works supervisor who is renting a 700 square food home on dogwood drive for $350 a month for nearly 30 years. >> it was done with a hand shake to begin with. this guy has been living here almost as long as we have. >> if we are offering properties at below market value then that is considered a benefit. and as such, we how about treating it that way. >> reporter: jones says she is launching an investigation in to the property. she says she hopes to report her findings to the city council by the first week of september. >>> and crews are cleaning up after a 12-inch water main break in manhattan overnight. more than a dozen buildings were flooded. the water was up to four feet deep. and the flooding lasted for hours as crews dug to reach the broken pipe. the broken main dates to the 1800s. >> it is not just dc
politicians never even aspired to. she changed the way america faced the moral question, how it treated the mentally disabled. >> reporter: shriver's legacy will live on through the work of her children and the special olympics which now has a million participants in more than 150 countries. drew levinson, cbs news. >>> on 9 news now at 9:00 this morning, special olympics president brady lumm talked about eunice's legacy. >> she adopted a legacy that has been adopted all over the world and created a movement around sports in 1968 in to something now that is in virtually every country in the world. >> reporter: eunice shriver was 88 years old. >>> an investigation in to how a metro train was allowed to leave the yard with too many cars has revealed that one employee was using drugs. it involves a green line train that left the greenbelt station on july 31st with ten cars. the transit system can only accommodate trains with a maximum of eight cars. a metro spokesperson says one employee, responsible for the mistake, tested positive for drugs and is now in rehabilitation. >>> metro has ord
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jackson praised him as a champion of civil rights. >> he saw america as a land of rights for all and not privileges for a new. >> thousands waited in the line, among them massachusetts residents james and dora. >> too late to say thank you to him but though she rest of the world what he meant to us and here in massachusetts and the united states. it is an honor to be here today. >> the public viewing is set to wrap up this afternoon. a private memorial for family and friends will be here this evening. the senator's niece, caroline kennedy along with the massachusetts governor and senate colleagues are all scheduled to speak. 21,000 lined up yesterday to pay their respects. the library stayed open until 2:00 a.m. and kennedy's widow came out to say thanks. >> teddy loved the people of this state. he loved this city and it was just an extraordinarily moving. >> reporter: cbs news learned that kennedy's two sons will speak at the funeral mass. barack obama will deliver the eulogy. kennedy's body will be then flown to washington with a motorcade stopping at the capitol before taking
an the obama administration. >> this is not the america i knew. i don't want it going his way. this administration is nuts. enough is enough. >> reporter: democrats want to win virginia to show that obama and the agenda is popular. republicans want to win virginia in order to show they are on the rebound and they are on the comeback trail. >> reporter: recent polls show the republican mcdonnell is leading the race but we will see if the appearance with ' obama will change the numbers. >>> in more you have until monday to post your comment on the budget plan. we told you about this last month about the state website that has been designed for public comments. the board of public works plans to cut $280 million in spending to help address budget woes. you can get links to both sites by going to our website at wusa9.com. click on virginia news or maryland news, depending on where you live and we will have car crash test results in our next "living $mart" segment. that is coming up in 30 minutes. >>> okay. while friends and family mourn the loss of loved ones in that deadly gymnas
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